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These next couple of weeks the Misener crew will be working on the Price Farm near Dell Rapids, South Dakota. We'll be here until fall harvest begins—and it's right around the corner. Folks up here are also suffering from drought, but no matter what the crop...

I am writing today with a new appreciation for life.

I've always considered myself an advocate for life, and an eternal optimist always seeing the light when it was darkest. God must have needed to give me a reminder of just how precious our lives are.

You may have noticed my absence from the blog in these last few weeks. I have a good reason I haven't been blogging about day-to-day life. On June 8 I got up around 6:30 a.m. and wasn't feeling that great, but naturally thought nothing of it. I went on with my morning working on combines, but things weren't getting better. I felt shaky, sick, and felt like I had a fever. When I asked Vincent to feel my forehead he told me I was cold and I knew something was not right.